Scholarships for Students with Autism in the United States: Opportunities and Educational Resources

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Scholarships for Students with Autism in the United States: Opportunities and Educational Resources

Students with autism in the United States can access various scholarships and/or resources available to support them in their educational aspirations. This type of assistance not only includes financial aid but also provides guidance and support to successfully achieve academic goals. 

Scholarship Opportunities for Students with Autism

There are several scholarships available for students with autism, designed to help cover education costs and, in some cases, provide additional resources. Here are some of the highlighted scholarships: 

  • Kelly Law Team Autism Scholarship: Awarded by the Kelly Law Team, this scholarship is for students on the spectrum attending colleges or universities, displaying dedication and passion for achieving their academic goals. 
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Support and Counseling Programs for Students with Autism

In addition to scholarships, there are programs and services providing guidance and assistance to students with autism: 

  • College Autism Spectrum (CAS): CAS offers various counseling services to guide students with autism through academic and social challenges in universities. 
  • Autism Speaks: This organization not only raises awareness but also provides resources to students with autism, including a list of scholarships and tips for university life. 
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References and Additional Resources

You can find more information about scholarships and support programs through the following sources: 

  • Autism Speaks Scholarship Page: offers a list of scholarships available for students with autism in the United States. 

The availability of scholarships and resources for students with autism reflects a growing commitment to inclusion. Every day, more national options open doors to educational opportunities that support spectrum students. We encourage you to explore the option that best fits your needs. 

For more information, visit other articles on our website at www.divershines.com. 

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